Presentation by Gábor Hirsch confirmed for DEEP: Data Security: Nightmare or fingerwork? aka typical technical usecases in daily lives of companies

With the entry into force of the GDPR, data protection is becoming increasingly important and emphasized in the lives and daily lives of companies. Thanks to diversified IT architectures, it is becoming increasingly difficult to comply with strict compliances. In the presentation, Gábor will review the typical usecases that a company faces on a daily basis and also offer a possible solution to the problems that arise.

Gábor Hirsch graduated at Bánki Donát Technical Collage as information technology engineer and teacher. In the last 20 years he held on a lot of manager positions in information security and network security companies. Among others he established and lead the Check Point distribution and IT security business unit in DNS Hungary (today is Arrow ECS) and as business development manager of Cisco Hungary he responsible on the success of the Cisco security products. He was the first employee of Fortinet in Hungary and built the channel, brand and the team. Parallel his business carrier he took part in professional activities: he was member of Check Point Advisory Council, from 2008 till 2018 he was the leader of the information and IT security workgroup at IT Association of Hungary, and he was associate lecturer of King Sigismund University (today Milton Friedman University) and University of Public Service. Before he joined to Thales as Regional Sales Manager he managed several data security and information security projects as independent advisor, worked as DPO and collaborated GDPR related projects in other advisories like PriceWaterhousCoopers.